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[Poynter’s IFCN] Fact Checking Research In Asia and Eastern Europe

24 JUN 2020 Wednesday 12:00 America/Anguilla
Duration :
1 hour(s)
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In this session, panelists will present ongoing Fact Checking Research In Asia and Europe — Kenya, Norway, South Korea, India, Slovakia and the U.S..

  • Moderator is Steen Steensen | OsloMet University, Professor
  • Panelists
    • Edwin Tallam | Moi University, Ph.D. Candidate | Elements influencing trust in online news consumption in Kenya
    • Silje Susanne Alvestad | University of Oslo, Postdoctoral Research Fellow | Fakespeak in Norwegian
    • EunRyung Chong | Seoul National University, Director | Sleep with the enemy? A study on collaborative fact-checking
    • Ritvvij Parrikh | International Centre for Journalists, ICFJ Knight Fellow | Understanding cognition and how it makes misinformation persuasive in WhatsApp
    • Jozef Michal Mintal, PhD-student | Central European University, Fellow, Ph.D. Candidate | Business of Lies – mapping the operational and financial background behind top Slovak mis/disinformation websites
    • Dimitra Dimitrakopoulou | Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Visiting Assistant Professor, Marie Curie Global Fellow | “What’s in an ‘infodemic’? Exploring patterns of information consumption, trust and decision-making ahead of the COVID-19 vaccine

Source: https://web.archive.org/web/20200928125610/https://virtual.globalfact7.com/agenda/academic-track-fakes-misinformation-and-fact-checking-current-research-part-2